Hunting is allowed in the following areas of Big Thicket National Preserve: the Beaumont Unit, the Beech Creek Unit, the Big Sandy Creek Unit, the Lance Rosier Unit, and the Neches Bottom and Jack Gore Baygall Unit. Hunters may take white-tailed deer, squirrels, rabbits, waterfowl, and feral hogs. Free hunting permits are required and are available in person at the preserve visitor center. Please refer to the publications below for more information.
Did You Know?
Many kinds of snakes are found in the Big Thicket. Most are harmless, although the venomous cottonmouth, coral, copperhead, and various rattlesnakes do make this their home.